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While carrying out a liquid-liquid extraction using dichloromethane and a sample of lake water, Jennifer Apell, a graduate student at MIT, observed the formation of an emulsion in the sample, likely due to the presence of certain chemicals in the water. When she let the dichloromethane and water separate, air bubbles became trapped by the emulsion layer at the dichloromethane/water interface, creating the effect seen in this picture. Apell is studying the bioavailable concentration of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in contaminated water bodies to assess their risk to living organisms.   
Credit: Submitted by Jennifer Apell (Enter our photo contest here.)
Matter is spirit moving slowly enough to be seen.
Teilhard de Chardin (via cosmic-rebirth)

(via an-itinerant-poet)


Bunny-dropping-bunny (Karnickelköttelkarnickel), Dieter Roth, 1968, now on view at the MoMA.

john grzinich, playing the metal railing / Metal railing Zaspa, Gdańsk, Poland  via aporee

 Materie. Parool/Life, by Lapp R.E., 1965 via hoolawhoop

The Regency TR-1 was the first commercially manufactured transistor radio (1954).

NASA Viking Lander I, First Color Photo Taken on Mars, July 21,1976 (C-Print)

Caroline Le Mehaute, Négociation 26 : Cousine, 2010

Large Group Of Vial/pill Cases, Early 20th And 19th Century
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